String Cheese Incident Live at Daniels/Churchill Private Wedding Party on 1995-09-02
- Live concert
- String Cheese Incident
Set 2: Svingin' with Svend, John Hardy, Mouna Bowa, Boogie on Reggae Woman, Remington Ride, Lester Had a Coconut, Southbound, Temperance Reel, Black Clouds, Yellowmoon, I Know You Rider, Born on the Wrong Planet, Blackberry Blossom
Set 3: Legends, Sparkle, Late in the Evening, Dudley's Kitchen, Land's End, How Mountain Girls Can Love, Jellyfish
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|Sittin' on Top of the World|
|Chili Dawg, Johnny Cash|
|When Will I, Whiskey Before Breakfast|
|Eat My Dust|
|Svingin' with Svend|
|Boogie on Reggae Woman|
|Remington Ride, Lester Had a Coconut|
|I Know You Rider|
|Born on the Wrong Planet|
|Late in the Evening|
|How Mountain Girls Can Love|
An unknown person from the audience plays Twinkle Twinkle Little Star after Remington Ride
- 2005-01-18 01:20:32
- Delores, CO
Subject: Technical Note
Subject: You WIll Go Nuts
There is a ton a great stuff here - I am a veteran of 227 Incidents from 1998 until the end in 2007. There isn't anything that was really bad - some nights the boys weren't as "on" as others, but they were always fun.
10/23/04 in Asheville was magical, IMO the best Shine ever done.
I guess you will have to listen to them all - my advice is to stream one or two shows from each tour season in each year to get the flavor of what the guys were doing and how SCI was evolving. 1997 Cheese is markedly different from 2007 Cheese.
Have fun - Be Well.
Subject: Old cheese
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double dharma dorje
Subject: I was there
Subject: thank you
Subject: All Honest To Goodness Acoustics & Bluegrass
Subject: cool early cheese
Subject: This is SICK!!!!!
Subject: Gotta love the old Cheese!
Subject: old gem!
Talk about old school SCI! These three sets of this show are full of surprises, songs that are so rare and paint a picture of the seed of a legendary jam band. I'd say two thirds of the songs played here are no longer in SCI's rotation in the sets they play or have played in recent years.
The setting: a wedding party in way in Southwest Colorado, Billy starts by graciously thanking the hosts for letting them play.
Set 1: Starts with a fun rendition of a Stanley Brothers tune Handsome Molly. Next comes a great dancin groovin Untold Stories sung by Keith. Got the crowd shakin! Sittin' is interesting here...starts out slow and swigin' then in the middle of the song they start over and play it in a fast bluegrass style! Chili Dawg done on the electric mando is nothing short of phenomenal followed immediately by Johnny Cash! Doesn't sound the same as when they choose to bust it out these days but it's great! Not a big fan of the ol' tune When Will I, don't miss it much either! Whiskey is in it's early stages but still got the crowd hoppin! My highlights of the first set were GINSENG SULLIVAN, an amazing bluegrass tune with great lyrics! I WILL PRAY TO THE GODS they bring this tune back into the rotation. Such a phenomenal song! Another highlight was Salt Creek, a tight gritty ditty!
Set 2: More of the Classics - John Hardy, Mouna Bowa, I Know You Rider, Born on the Wrong Planet, Blackberry Blossom look familiar? Well how about Svingin' with Svend, Temperance Reel, Yellowmoon? Lost there? Great Great Great songs! HIGHLIGHT: BILLY is the lead singer of BLACK CLOUDS!!!! This set left me amazed like I'd seen it all...but wait what about SET 3?
Set 3: The guys at this wedding truly enjoyed SCI, they couldn't get enough! This set starts out with the acoustic Legends. Great song...they borrowed this tune and made it into the jam in Voodoo Chile when SCI played it bluegrass style which they no longer do! Just when you thought this band couldn't have anymore tricks up their sleeve they do it! What? Bust out a Phish cover? YA RIGHT you ask!?! YES!!! SPARKLE!!! Great song and sung by tRaV! he goes on w/paul simon's late in the evening (not a big fan) but didnt take way from the show once shred (pun intended..gouda humor :-) Set 3 ends in what you could say is a modern manner with Land's End, How Mountain Girls Can Love, Jellyfish. But Jellyfish is of course fast and totally different than what we're used to, cuz no Kyle which brings me back to an interesting point...
I first started listening to Cheese in 2002 but since Archive I've had access to more than a lifetimes SCI shows. In '02 they were the full-fledged band with great jam tunes and this evolution could not have taken place without Kyle Hollingsworth. The band was totally different back in the early-mid 90's. The vibe in this show is just hang loose and have fun. No 15-20 min jams, in fact the longest songs in here are about 10 min when you have two songs stuck together in one track. I guess thats not what their scene was all about. SCI still amazed people with their diverse influences, 3 part harmonies, and amazing musicianship. They gave it everything they had and this was only a wedding party! This band obviously was intended to move onto bigger things and they have. Great show! Thanks to dru for uploading! Great peice of Cheese history!
Can't wait till March when i fly to Rado from Chicago to catch SCI @ Fillmore for 3 nights!! See you all there!
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